Photo of “Ubai Ai, Fuyu (Winter, Grasping Love),” premiers on Friday, May 19, at 7:35 p.m.

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“Uso no Senso (War of Lies),” premieres on Monday, May 15, at 7:35 p.m. Koichi’s (Tsuyoshi Kusanagi) father killed his mother and his brother, then he took his own life — or so it appeared. In fact it was all a set-up. Koichi, 9 years old at that time, was the only witness present at....
Artist Laurie Sumiye: Mount Fuji and Mauna Kea are “. . . considered sacred mountains and very important to the cultures. So I see a lot of parallels.” (Photo by Wayne Muromoto)

The Arts – “Thirty-Six Views of Mauna Kea”

Artist Laurie Sumiye Borrows Hiroshige’s Concept and Creates Her Own Homage to Mauna Kea Wayne Muromoto Special to The Hawai‘i Herald There are certain works of art that reverberate in time and inspire other artists to create their own works of art that, although they may not be direct imitations, at least resonate with an....
Photo of Kitagawa and Co. in 1923

Big Island Business – Never Give Up!

The I. Kitagawa and Co. Story is All About Perseverance in the Face of Adversity Arnold T. Hiura Special to The Hawai‘i Herald People unfamiliar with Big Island history might not know that I. Kitagawa and Co. is one of the island’s largest and most successful businesses with $90 million in sales and some 200....
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Wahiawa Pineapple Festival 2017

WHO/WHAT: The Wahiawa Pineapple Festival, sponsored by the Wahiawa Historical Society, features cultural and educational booths, food booths, the 2017 festival T-shirt, a country store, vendors, handcrafters, entertainment and keiki activities. WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, May 6,...
65th Cherry Blossom Festival queen Heather Omori holds up a winning ballot as Hawaii Hochi president Taro Yoshida looks on.

Community – “Guess The Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” Contest Winners

On March 31, Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Heather Omori drew the winners of the 34th “Guess the Cherry Blossom Festival Queen” contest, sponsored by The Hawai‘i Herald and Hawaii Hochi. With a perfect ballot, Betty H. Higa of Käne‘ohe was the first prize winner of a round-trip for two to wherever Island Air flies in....
Photo of crafts for the 'Temari Bolts Fundraiser' featuring a market of textile and fabric items

Temari “Bolts” Fundraiser

WHO/WHAT: TEMARI, Center for Asian and Pacific Arts, presents its 12th annual “Bolts” fabric and fun fundraiser featuring a marketplace of textile and fabric items, as well as textile talk stories. “Bolts is where...
Nomura-Ryü Ongaku Kyö Kai, Hawai‘i Shibu, president Seichi Yagi (far left) with “Uta nu Hana” concert co-chairs Muriel Donnan, Grace Carmichael and Norman Kaneshiro.

Spotlight – Nomura-ryu Ongaku Kyo Ka 50th Anniversary Sanshin Concert Set For June 3

The 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Nomura-Ryü Ongaku Kyö Kai, Hawaii Shibu, will be observed with the staging of an Okinawan sanshin concert, “Uta nu Hana,” on Saturday, June 3, at the...
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NGN3 May Movie Schedule (Part II)

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17 Midnight – The Bull’s Eye for Love 1:30 a.m. – Yakuza Ladies: Blood Ties 3:30 a.m. – Fireball Magistrate 5:10 a.m. – Three Yakuza 7:10 a.m. – Flower, Storm, and Gangster 8:40 a.m. – Jail Breakers 10:20 a.m. – Golden Peacock Castle, Parts 3 & 4 12:20 p.m. – The Valiant Red Peony 5 2:10....
Photo from the show, “The Book Peddler.”

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“Dassou Yuugi (Jail Breakers),” 1976 action film, 1 hour and 33 minutes. Directed by Kosaku Yamashita. Starring Sonny Chiba. Kamiki is a professional fixer of jailbreak who lets prisoners escape for big money. He became a criminal at age 12 and has been in and out of prison, serving for a total of 48 years.
Writer Patsy Iwasaki’s children, Jairus and Kellie, feeding rabbits on Okunoshima, also known as Rabbit Island.

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Okunoshima: From Chemical Weapons Plant to Rabbit Sanctuary Between Kellie’s and Jairus’ trips on the prefectural exchange program, we had a chance to visit with the Araragis in Hiroshima during a short family trip to Japan in 2015. Since I like rabbits, we decided to take a one-day excursion to Okunoshima, also known as “Usagi....

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